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Jason has published 40 articles in scientific journals and is co-inventor on 18 patents. His research fields include thermofluids, multiphase flows and the processing of two-dimensional nanomaterials (such as graphene). His work has been applied to areas including microelectronics cooling for telecommunications and aerospace, environmental particle fouling and clean air, and large-scale production of novel materials. He has received grants from Horizon 2020, including a Marie Curie individual fellowship, and The Royal Society.
He received the Eurotherm Young Scientist Award for his work in thermal sciences, and recognitions from Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia for transferring fundamental research into products. In 2019, he was listed in the Top 3 fellows for "Innovation and Entrepreneurship" by the European Commission. Jason is also a member of the EPSRC Early Career Forum in Engineering.
Thermofluids, Fluid dynamics, Heat transport, Two-dimensional (2D) materials
Willingness to take PhD students
Welcome applications with research interests covering: Thermofluids, Fluid dynamics, 2D nanomaterials, solution-processed materials.